Known for its Gothic style, La Ermita Church is the quintessential postcard image of Cali. This temple was built between 1930 and 1948, and the 18th century marble altar was brought over from Italy. The musical clock and windows are from Amsterdam, while the iron gates were manufactured in Cali in 1973. La Ermita preserves images more than three centuries old, such as those of the Virgen de los Dolores, San Roque, San Jose, and Christ de la Caña.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
With salsa music always playing in the background, Cali hosts a unique fair and offers a vast array of museums, colonial churches, a zoo, and sites of great environmental importance in the surrounding area.